Primacoustic Scandia acoustic foam wall and ceiling systems are made from modular blocks of 3"-thick, high density, open-cell foam. Modular design makes installation easy and yields many acoustic patt... Read More
Primacoustic Scandia acoustic foam wall and ceiling systems are made from modular blocks of 3"-thick, high density, open-cell foam. Modular design makes installation easy and yields many acoustic pattern configurations that create an individualized look.
Primacoustic Scandia creates a diffuse sound field for a more natural mix environment by breaking up front to back reflections, reducing tiresome standing waves and eliminating flutter echo. Scandia is primarily designed for the rear wall in the control/mix room, but can be used where a mix of absorption and reflection is desirable. We recommend the Scandia be used with the Europa Wall Treatment. 24 wedge-shaped tiles cover a typical wall width of 8' to 10'.
Scandia Scatter Blocks are a series of strategically placed acoustical panels that provide an effective solution to rear-wall reflections, standing waves and slap echo while introducing a concept we call soft diffusion. Scandia's soft diffusion allows energy to be reflected back into the room, while some is absorbed, resulting in a room with more 'air' and a more natural, open sound. This provides a viable alternative to true wood diffusion without the high cost that is generally associated with wood construction.
Made from high-density open-cell acoustic foam, Scandia scatter blocks are easy to install. From one box you can assemble a variety of wall patterns and create an effective and architecturally attractive solution. Placement is generally at the receive end of the room or randomly placed on walls where excessive reflective splash may occur. Scandia is a key component to creating a live-end, dead-end studio design.
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